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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

'he' MulhournAre an?.-. Thie rovonlle .for ?:q.r,?nrter ,w.r £;1 .joo l r, igeinalt .,£ 4".);* 7 rsfoledl' in thiu aorrlponlldiig; iljut i' t ladt flioldanl' eaonr the ircroaee beiiIg £111.80~u( lir tlhei ~ t?honithsa onliig with Step.othi?nro';;ith year thI revenaU wipH lar'er Ifthe91t2i~,ltt2 imoiithlis liing with Septuiitbor, 1885i. h(o ta?tiiltue ftr;thle I?ht qncdr1ir wats loies Iy?tl pt £190,;000 than a fourth of tho rovoeld rur tlh;i ourriut fianiouli;'ei yt whioli8tlM . Gillioh, aInst Ju)Ieatltnated that. tlho 'T'rciihryvwouhlI recolvoe. , Constnblu Mlhii?le' boprict on the pcyvatd 1yif.id ,olnsplitnls wlt preu stleud to theu Coi.? ltral Il?i'd of: Hoealth, Mulbhurou, ou Su&ttsihiy: hl'to eonistable's report show thtat thmo oestab lilhiliste atoevory ntindrou, Ithb mnajority bo. hig lbiidly oultductdtl atul ianaigt bp unt-, iiILiauil poi'ons." Thlo Isolaowee;ilfr te?llitles for? ver erowditng, thle spread of hifeaottuous ll&sonsee, and the .isene of faleU Oer...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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EUREKA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

*EUREKA 1ACQS. T'I following are the weights for the Eureka and Flying Hiilndicaps, to bo run at Jamberoo on the 14th October : iEtrH A HANDICAIP. • Shinnon's Ply, )it, ..., D': i roed'.s Belvorinai, 8st6, (bs; ' b , "'' SCouch's Dunimnro Maiid, 8st. Klldlher's Tambour Major, Tt.' 8Sbls. J; Mulley'a Break of Morn, Tat. 71bs. Smith's Simon, Oat. Olb,. Hegart's Hopeliuld, -at. FLYIN( IIANDICIAP. Shannon's .Plly, ,Dt. 71bs. D. Oreed's.1Blvoritin, Ost. Elliott's lRobi, 8st, 711b. Elliott's PIa'ntalohn,.8st. 811s. M'Oill's Tho Baiss;;Bt.; 21bs, .J. Mulley's Breulc i f;orMn, 8st. 21bs. . Hopeful, 7at. 911~!.' ' : '. "R, Counglian's Misse Rhpid; 7st. 7ibs. Smith') Simon, 7st, 51ba.i ' b Couch's Einporor. 7Lt. 21li.;. ' Hogart's Hopetield, 7st. ;: . Stocktoon's Rose Ainte?i, ?t: 131be. J. Woods' Princess, OettW'lbs, Couch's Athlote. Oat .. .TIhe following are tl wizl0htsfor -thle lla. warra:Turf Club Hilantiijp and Shliort'ail:,Hldi. cap, which ireo to be rfiii:ait Janiboroooi',i'thlo 13th ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

LOCAL AND CENERAL .NEW.S, Tue Wild Flower Show takes place to-mor row, in the Protestalt'Hilall, Jfambrou. lMiss Clara Stephenson's dramiatic comipany is playing at Milton, alld tis goiligesouth. 'Tulc Albion Park C C, will play a mnatch on the Chu'rch point un Saturday next against the Kiamna 0.0. Tin genuerall entry and nn-aecooptances of the Eurekall anrd lilawarra Turf Clubs clioe at 8 p.m . on Saturlday next; A :oNomtlr will be given by Miss Kimber's pulpils in the Temnllperance Hall on Tuesday next, 12th instant, ill aid of the Kiama Cutlge Hospital. o *a"h has Mt, IH. Colley, of Jamero, has very kidly supplllied us with the following :--lrifaill at Jlualnberoul during tihe Ionth of .Septemboib, 1880, 0.82 points in three days. T''ii lecturel' ill reply to Edith O'Gormai oii Saturday nigliht last was a signal fiailure; pnly stilo iti hallf dozen asesdmbled. Probably he won't chasle " the Escaped un,"' tiny further than lhiiina. 'J'mn New South Wales revenue tables were publish...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. Pr is pleasali to lear one voice raised in pr'otest against the high.halided and tyranni cal interference of thie z.ar in the affthirls of Bulgarin, Tihe H1-ungarian Preilier de livered a speech at Buda-Pesth the other day which has hetn generally interpreted nas a warnilg challeng. to Russia. IHo declared thatlt thie Anstro.-Hungarian Government wvould not sufler any foreign protectorate or occupation of Bulgaria; tlhat tlhey dte silred fire estahlishnait of autonomous nations inl th Balkan Peiinsula and would adhere sotriotly to thu Br3lin treaty,. Not withlstanding the unlsaenly truckling of his. nmarclk to the Ozar the alliance beItweten Austria anld G?tailany is still intact. Tihe demanlds of Russil mnadce through oGeneral Knullhars ar too imperious land exacting. Negoatiatiolns arc in progress for thir nlimodi. ficationl, The "'ilmues," it is said, urges Eligland to txtenld a cordial mnoral support to, Austria in the position she has assulied. ro conserveo Br...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

C(RICKET, Tie openingnf mnteh of thelio seUson was played onl the Church poiit on Saturd;ay nlast, burwvuu tho "Wuollognog 0.0. anld 'Kiina 0.0., nd re sulted, after aI very piluasalt aid exciting galo , in a win for the viaitors by 22 runs. Oornd bat. ting was tile order of thle lay on I?ath sides; for the ivinning tenm the hattilnlg of Mir. Oalviln was a trdat to witness, his hitting being splen. did, and heo was ably assisted by our late moew her, Mr. G. O. Jaulmes, aind' Messrs. M'own and Brickwell. For the losers thie batting of fMesars. .arvie, Soften, Russell, Deitz, lellette, and F. M'Oualtriey, was very good, all getting into doublle figures ; luck wIvas all aIainst Kilnia as three players were run out. Following are the scores :- ,r source KIAMA. 0. Major, b IBeasns .., ... 4 D. Richiurdson, i Buatsnm ... ... 0 .- Jarrie, b Bleatson .... ... 20 GiRussoll, run oti? . ..... 17 O. Sefton~, iiit out . ... ... 26 ,. D.'Tyter, run ut .t . ... .. 5 P. Deltz, e .Jaiies Bleatsoa .....

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 5TH OCTOBER, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

XIALCA POLICEB QOUItV. 'UIIHtIA,A frl'mz Ourmllli 188(1, J3iwroiilr 1-1. Cinuuli, Esj,, P.M, dudlt Mwi~ari 1n1, N. Lijliudiiiindmll idr Uiiii wily, EbrqH, , ~)'HP. A wileo Clrieii~iu v, T'hilcmie Oiulluby, : iuiiiiteiii. uiwlu if ir child, Mi. Muir, (fioml Mr, WlVoodwn rdar iilliou) for dufiiiidoiit, ofr ilufoaidaiuit ItIhIni.L tu iillii it ali ill~i.Ciiiiiu i uviluiiuu tslikuu, which in hlitdly, Itt foir pchhics. titiui hiiutltl~ hii Iioud ~lIur wuc iiuibyte rlcch fuuu Iiiouitliii, fiji theU IlljlhitUiitiiiiiji of t lii hl d, .i% UeH jIviifullciiiuuloll UILc I() oun v uo,de f juuut.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

BIRTH.   SNOWDON. — October 3, at her residence, Public School, Marulan, the wife of Arthur Snowdon, of a son, stillborn. The Kiama Reporter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY       MORNING. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6.

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

JAMBEROO ( from our correspondent)     An evening of pleasing and interesting charac     ter took place in this locality on Thursday evoking last, when Mr John Boyle, who is shortly to depart for the Richmond River, was presented by a few of his friends with an il   laminated address and a purse of sovereigns. A considerable number of gentlemen assembled       in the R. C. Schoolroom to witness the pro ceedings. Mr. J M Daley was unanimously voted to the chair and in a short but eulogistic   speech stated the object of the meeting, and dwelt particularly upon the valuable services   rendered by Mr Boyle to the church of which   he was a member, but stated further ' that he was exceedingly glad that the proceedings were not possessed of any sectarian characteristics the assistance received from gentlemen of   other denominations p...

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GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MIARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. I4R. EDITOR,--Whilo spending a few days a' t th plieasimt sensile town of Aberyst. with, Cardliganshilre, Wi.lc, 1 heard related what seemed to mu either a fabulous story or a Imarve'llos onro. The story was that a poor sufferer who mad not been ablo to lie down in bed for six long yyars, given up to dli by all tih doctorsI, Ihad bouin I peedily o011(d by HsoO11 Platent ledicillo. It was related willh Ilth mior iiieiilicit contihlencu fr'om ll circl'tlllltln , e\ waits said, that. lie Vic'at of Llhnrtystyyd was ifamiilir with tlhu fu(as, an?d n3lltl vouch for ttie tritht of the report. Iliving a littlu curi'oity to know how snuchI stories grow in travolling, I took Ile lilltly whilu at the villngo olf lnlryatlytd to call uioini the Vicar, Ilh Ruv. T. Evans, andl to enquiire anloult this wolrotrfnl curo Though a total siranger to him, both hn anid hiN wifo most grlciously entertaiied elm in a I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

Towt'iC'si P'ntttyroynl and stool pillH Torl"f6,' nion qulickly oorrout all irrogutilnritiuo, and rollov to dilirOHHing Hynipltoins Ho tlprovnloltl' whit thl o sox.' H3txs In. 1, I tol 2u. 9I,1, if till' holblotilts and Patentll Motluhino Vendors.it Pro pated o0ly by T'huoLincoln 'anl Midlnaid Co0li-' tiu l)iny g Co., , ieoln, E.glitow ; \Vil ioloalo''o lil Iho Whioloenlo Iluson l. iowaro Ef lntitn tions.--Adv, W. H. PALING & 00, W LINGT ED, 386 George stieet Invo Iho LAIRGEST AN)D, 1TOS'i? COaL IPLI'TI'iST'1'00 K 1 ' Pianos, Organs & Musio, conmprI:hig oiyloi lijno T r E 1NPUTE, ' oxtel:moly low pridoe . Any inltrlolnllt niluy ho pirl'oalnsol on the eltsy 'IMl1.P'AY1Mli ?N'' 81'TE, U AIh AN'I'It81 no Hlittd altty olit ,; '!ir Catalogtiuot iho Pi,'h:o intllud ioll nph i lon ,inil, . , WV. I. PALING & & Co. Shlalltlot 1 18 0, ... ;: : TNI)ND FOR ii1US10 CA.TALOCIUI?. 20-U?80.wO NOTE THIS rI H~E Winter Season is now over, and haying an unusual number of...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

WESLEYAN. Borvles wil be oonductud in the Wooloyan Church, on gunday noxt, as follows: Kianm, at 11 a.tn.--Rv . W. Orion iamai ,at 7 r.m.-lo v. t. T. Hills Jalmberoo n, 11 a.m.--lltev. 0 l. 1Wooan . J rnlnoroo, at 7 p.m.--Supply Old Place. at 2.0 p.m.- -lO. 0. R. Olasson Ocrringoag, at 11 no.m.-Mr. T. Holden Oorringong, at 7 p.m.--Rev. R. W. Orton. Slhelllhnrbour, at 11 a.m.-Mr. J. Grahamn Sholllharbour, at 7 pa,.--ov. O n: . (Olnoen. Mr. W. Cforord will eonduct sorvloo at Mr. bleoblo's, Slddlobaok, to-morrow, at2.90 p.m.

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A MAN WITH SIX WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

A MAN WITH SIX WIVES. Tui Assize Court of the Soino has had to deal with a remarkable bigamist, if such a name can be given to a man who had so many as six wives, The culprit is a Polish Jew, small, ill-made, and ugly --in short, a a sort 'of foreigis Quilp. His name was Feinstein. Wherover he went lie got mar ried, because, he said, ho. could not 'do with. out femuiniiie :society, and, lilding vir tuous.womion fools, profited by their tolly anid credulity. Foinstein's first matrimonial venture oroadventureo was in Russia in 1870. IIe abandoned thoeo his wife and four child ron, and came to seek his fortune in Paris, where lieo got implicated; in a robbery, and was condemned to thirteen months' imprison. mont, In gaol .lie foll il with another Polish Jew, nsinod Mtayor, who. died: tIhe?e,: leaving a widow in fairly good" circucn stances, . After his release Feinstoin called oni her, described to hoer the onversation lihe had had 'ithi her decdoased husband about her-and her virtues,...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

CONOREGATIONAL CHIUROn, GERanU 0ONO. The Rev. G. Holghlway conduots oerviea orvry Bunday ams follows : Gprrononge , at 11 a.m, and 7 p.m. ~ [Th ?l?r requeRts tlht tiloe arlous clowrymcnof the lditrict will foyrwanl inouncenentm of servlcc? to boe hld from timeo to time In their churches, which notUci will In all caees bo claertod gnrtila.

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THE GREAT EARTHQUAKES IN AMERICA. TERRIBLE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

THE GREAT EARtTIIQUTAKES IN " AMERIZCA, TERItDI]TtL SCINE:S. Tuin telegrams published on September 2 show that the eartliquakes in America were more disastrous than appeared from the reports given the day before. The Now York correspondent of the "Standard," telegraphing, says:-" Theo United States were visited last evening by an earthquake among the most extensive in its area and the swiftest in its motion on record, in these respects much surpassing that of the 10th of August, 1881. It extended from the Atlan tic west to Omaha, south to Mobile, and north to Dtrobit: It was imost covoro at Charleston, South Carolina. In other parts the earth quake was not destructivo; but it caused groat alarm at Washington, Richmond, Atlanta, Augusta, Louisville, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Clovland, Chicago, and Memphis. Most of the Now England States were exempt from the disturbance. The earth qualm coibsisted of several shocks oxceeding a minuto in duration, and it, was nioiseless, being in this r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

NOTICE. MR. R. O. KENDALL hae boon authorisad to ,rcoivo Acoaunts in connection with the KIAMA REPORTER, and his rocoipt will be sufflcint guarantooe 8. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -0- PUBLISIHED RVERY WRDNESDAYAND SATUIRbAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OOTOBER 10. AcconDINo' to the Illawarrra .fercury there nre now about eighty men at work in the Mount Pleasant colliory, and the output of the mino in said to have reached to about two thirds of what it was before the striko. Ilolm olans dentiatry at Reform Prices. Arti fiinal Tooth, Boat Quality, Full Sots, (upper and lowor) £5. Marshall Brothers, SBurgeon Dont isle, 183 Elizaboth Stroot, Hyde Parc, ydneoy. -A- v. 8.28.-86y. "KICBATINo' Powcna" deotroyo Buan, FI.eae, Moarui, BIurrItce, and all other inuoota, hhilst quito harmless to domnotia animals. In ox tprminatina Bootloe the success of this powder ia oxtr.ordinary. It in perfootly oltonn in ap plication. Sao the artiole you purohaeo io ' ICA'.TINO's," as imitatiorns are noxious and in off...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

00 MMI71 CIAL,: &lnth Coatt and WVont Camdon Oopobradivn 'Company '{Lhnllita,'o Cdl lilOrOial ?d(r'ot; lSuiox.Btrcoi, Sydnoy. Bebw wo givo dotailoýi quotnaluono -- '' 'lutor, lot, per 0 t, .o; ? .. .. O 010 0'-1 ';0' l',torltydl ilt. ,o,, , . 0 .1 2 0 1 4 Iki d l)ior Ib,..,,,,, 0.,,,, . O. 0 0 0 8 T nl, per lb 0,,,,, .,. .... ...., , 0 0 0 0 7 OCheso dlitlo ... ,,,, . ....... ...... 0' 0 8 0 ""0, 0, 0 ' lnlhw, per ton., ....... ,..... ....? 0 00 a 17, 0 0 Coli ,l h ..... .......... 'n b0 0 0 0'0 0 i~j?'iff1; 1vo, u.I~ li ...,,,,.,......... 0.01.0L ~. 0, 0, 4 CIIv tc lI,, h .............. ......'*,,' .'".. 0 8 0 ' '0 10 0' 1lrd,? .. . ...........,,,,,,,, . ..0 ....,,,,. ,0 0 a ,, 0 0 0 plt or l ...................,i, ,, 0 8 " 0' 0 OCteol~ Thrper ton n.,,,,,., ;,,,. '8 0, 0, 810,.0 v+rno 1 ,ý tr Nil:.l;,;,,,?,,,, ...... ',, "4 10 0 t ' 0 0'' I'ohtatlO , o lr a ................... , 10 0.,:; .. 4 0 0 F'owbn 1,1 pr urlt r ............... ,........ , 0 4 0 ~ 0 4 O" ])uek? .porp?,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

TnAT the principle of selfishness is deeply rooted in human nature may be seen by talck ing even a cursory view of what is taking place around us every day, and there can be no doubt that to this source may'be traced many, perhaps, indeed,-the majority, of the evils that afflict modern society. The un: due attention to number one, which is characteristio of the age, inecessarily implies a corresponding neglect of everybody else, -p~ is a manifest injury to the general com munity. The forms which self-seeking may assume are almost as numerous and varied as individuals themselves, but one form which is at present prevalent in nearly every department of life id' the disposition to do. ceivo, over-roach, and outwit, for personal bonauit, or for party purposes. Every now and then such cases appear in the public press, and for weeks past the attention of the communityhas been occupied more or less'fully with the subject of frauds of vari ous kinds. It is of course very easy to prefer char...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

INTERCOLONIAL NOTES A tologram'from Melbourneo dited iVd:' no (lay, says:-A shocking tragedy took plae'nat Footsieay this morning. A .young nmariod woman, named Mary Eliza George, drowned lhr infant .in the underground tank, "ad tlion drowned lierself. :'lr hlliUbindf':'. Fioddiol Georgo, who.ia engpged in,.~.'talnory, misqeod hisi.wifo and child, and :ubsequontly found botli'doad'ri' theo tfiik Onsoarching tlo rooin; part of an illustrated paper was found, withna few linoe of a story deoribing an' old tragedy in Ireland,, aid roferring to a murder and to the' notb,6f'lm int'dd?i, On the other sido oh tlio margin, in a woman's writing, wore the .words "Fred, .mad, mad." Tho deceased womani had shown no signs'of'afindrmse, and Wha pilhyvs a careful mbther, and. had boon on tile best of' tormsiwithl.verybody. Two children aro. loft, heo oldest of whom is four years old. t' The Pilot Board oi:lTliiar'day oonoluded tihe ",quiry htt6.tlio'wroek:.of teo Frenoh' barqao lainikiso,noar, theo...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

NOTES 'OF TEE DAY. Tnic whirligig of time brings its revenge, and murder, like butter immersed in a bowl of porridge, cones to the surface. A strik ing instance of this is now before the public, in the clover apprehension in this colony of, afifroy'and Penn, thi desperadoes who in the most cold-blooded. manner murdered a man named Robert Taylor, at Great Barrier Island, Now Zealand, on the 19th of June. The murderers, on perpetrating the outrage, seized on a cutter called the Sovereign of the Seas, and immediately made off, and it was thought they had completely eluded jus. tice. But no: the fates were against them, and though they escaped the sea, vengeance may not suffer them to live much longer. Instead of reaching the coast of South America, as they intended, they wore obliged to-descend. upon the coast, of Now South Wales, which they did successfully .after scuttling their vessel. To prevent detection a system of trickery was resorted to, but Constable May, of Boatharbour, who ...

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(From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Oct. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886

(Fronm th SyUdneU P'apers.) London, Oct. 11. Th' final roesults of the oleotlons in BuI. garia for the Sobranjo, or Grand Aasembly, show that 100 candidates have boon ro. turned to uphold the Regenoy. Only 21 supporters of the policy of M1, Zankofl' were elected, Oct. 12. M. Karaveloff, who .was Premier of .Bul: garia at the time of the deposition of Prince Alexander, has boon rejected. . ' London, Oct. 13. The great Sobranjo is convoked for meet ing at Tirnovri in the, course of theoensuihg' fortnight. Germany is rapidly arming her military forces with repeating rifles.' The organs of General Boulanger, Minister of War in,the Frenzch Government, predict a conflict with Gernmany at an early, date. The statcmients maide" by tloe *"Daily. News " to the; effect: that the. Government had in preparation a sclhemo. for the: settlo ment of the.Irish'ditliculty, .based upon tho establishment of national councils. for. eaclh of the'four provincps of' Ireland, has re. ceived no confirmlation....

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